Ambivalent Encounters: Law and the Construction of Jewish Difference
Despite the significance of the figure of 'the Jew' as Other in the Western imagination, critical legal scholarship has so far paid little attention to representations of Jews, Jewishness, and Judaism in contemporary legal discourse. This scholarship emphasises the role of law in the construction of religious and racial difference, but Jews have remained almost absent from such analyses. Once Europe's paradigmatic non-Christian minority, Jews are today seen increasingly as a successful,...[Show more]
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